We read an interesting article this morning that talks about home libraries and how they're used. Granted, we have never had our own home library, but we can imagine that if we did we'd use it to, well, read books in. The article raised an interesting concept: Why are home libraries back in style? It's not because of books; they're 'memory rooms' or TV-free private spaces.
After reading said article we asked the person we were having coffee with what he'd do in his own home library: "I'd read the paper, but not books."
Strange! What about you guys? What do you think?